• Andrea del Sarto: The Renaissance Workshop in Action

    From about 1515 until his death, Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) ran the most successful and productive workshop in Florence, not only leaving his native city richly decorated with his art but also greatly influencing the art produced in the remainder of the century.

  • Steely Dan

    Steely Dan will be offering their New York fans an opportunity to hear the band’s three decade plus record catalogue when Walter Becker and Donald Fagen take the Beacon Theatre stage for an eight night residency starting October 6, 2015. The band has previously performed historic multi-night stands at the Beacon in 2009, 2011 and 2013, staging complete performance of several of their classic albums in their entirety along with “Popular Demand” and “Greatest Hits” evenings.

  • Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting

    This major retrospective exhibition—the first in the United States in more than 35 years and the most comprehensive ever mounted—showcases the pioneering work of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915–1995).

  • The 15th Annual DUMBO Dance Festival

    For four nights and three days experience a marathon of dance innovation from 75 contemporary dance troupes combining 325 performing artists presenting works from solo to full company. Dancers from across the United States, Canada, Hungary, Korea and Italy join the bold innovators of New York’s dance scene to offer an Instagram of the current directions in dance.

  • More Mutable Than You

    “What happens when two unknown entities create work together?”

  • Celebrating the Music of Bill Withers

    It’s a lovely day when you get to hear the likes of D’Angelo and Dr. John salute this American classic who scored his first hit, “Ain’t No Sunshine” at 31! And Bill will be there, too!

  • Laurie Anderson: Habeas Corpus

    Iconic performance artist Laurie Anderson expands upon her work fusing storytelling and technology, creating an installation and performance piece that examines lost identity, memory, and the resiliency of the human body and spirit.

  • Juilliard Jazz Presents “The Music of Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and Joe Henderson”

    Juilliard Jazz presents “The Music of Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and Joe Henderson” featuring the Juilliard Jazz Artist Diploma Ensemble, the most advanced Juilliard Jazz musicians. Guest coach is alumnus Christian McBride; ensemble coaches are Kenny Barron and Rodney Jones. The concert opens Juilliard Jazz’s 2015-16 season under the leadership of Wynton Marsalis, director, and Aaron Flagg, chair and associate director.

  • Seattle Children’s Theatre’s ‘Robin Hood’

    This action-packed adventure features a Robin Hood with a tongue as sharp as his sword. Under the fly of arrows, and with some very clever quick changes, a versatile cast of four takes on more than a dozen roles to bring the legend of England’s famous outlaw to life.

  • Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist

    Archibald Motley was one of the most important figures associated with the Harlem Renaissance and is best known as both a master colorist and a radical interpreter of urban culture. Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist is the first full-scale survey of his paintings in two decades. The exhibition will offer an unprecedented opportunity to carefully examine Motley’s dynamic depictions of modern life in his home town, Chicago, as well as in Jazz Age Paris and Mexico.